Nate Kilness began his collegiate coaching career with the Blue Devils starting with the 2015 season.
Jack Schneider begins his first year in 2016 as a UW-Stout assistant baseball coach following two years as a Blue Devil infielder, mostly at second base. Schneider holds the Blue Devils' single season doubles record, hitting 17 doubles in the 2014 season.
2015: played and started all 39 games, 26 at second base, 13 at third base...led team in at-bats (157)...drove in five runs, going 3-for-5 with a double vs. UW-Superior...opened season with a 3-for-4, three-RBI performance vs. Bethel University...2014: transferred from University of St. Thomas...broke the single season doubles record with 17...finished third on the team in batting average at .346...went 4-for-4 with two doubles and two walks against UW-Platteville...went 3-for-5 with and rbi, double and hbp against UW-Whitewater in the playoffs... High School: varsity basketball...named team captain...two time all conference selectin in baseball...three time all district selection in legion ball...best defensive player...most dedicated player...won 10 Lakers Award for Best Male Athlete...team was two time conference champions and district champions...Personal: enjoys listening to music and playing basketball...Parents: Jim and Kris Schneider.
2012: started eight games on the mound, the second most of any Blue Devil and pitched a team-high 49 innings...was also second on the team with 20 strikeouts...finished with a 5.69 ERA and a 2-4 record after starting the season 2-0...Hamann's wins came against Wesleyan University on their spring break trip and UW-Stevens Point...2011: made five appearances on the mound including fours starts...in a two game stretch against Hamline and UW-Stevens Point, posted an ERA of 0.59 pitching 15.1 innings with a complete game, going 11.2 innings in a 1-0 loss at Hamline, May 3. Threw 163 pitches in recording seven strikeouts, four hits before giving up the winning run in the bottom of the 12th on a two-out single to right field. Against Pointers, Hamann came on in relief in the fifth inning May 7, pitching 3.2 innings. With one out and a runner at third in the fifth. forced a groundout for the second out and notched a strikeout, his only of the game, to end the inning. Hamann hit two batters in the seventh inning, but got out of the jam and allowed only one hit throughout the rest of the game. Hamann surrendered no walks. Over those two games, Hamann pitched 15.1 innings, allowed one earned run, struck out eight, gave up five hits and walked four...2010: made six appearances on the mound with four games started...High School: first team all-district and all-conference...second team all-state...team captain...player of the year in conference...first team all-conference in basketball...baseball team won state junior year...finished runner-up at state senior year...set state record for consecutive wins in one season with 30...Personal: enjoys playing sports, video games, being with friends, ATV'ing, playing board games, working out, and water sports...Parents: Randy & Connie Hamann